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Thursday, June 28, 2007Iranian Discovers Liar PresidentAlmost three years after Mahmoud Ahmadi Nezhad was swept to power as president, Iranians, mostly the poor and uneducated, the very one who had voted for him on his promises of giving them a better living conditions, finally discovered that he and his ministers are big, unscrupulous liars when they, unabatedly, would assure the population that sanctions are “but pieces of paper blackened with insignificant phrases”.
A Handshake that Might Become A Religious Revolution Or A Political SuicideThursday, June 28, 2007 The furious controversy over Hojjatoleslam Mohammad Khatami shaking hands with uncovered women in the Italian city of Udine might become a landmark revolution in Islam or cost him his rank as a middle cleric and even land him in jail.
Iran and Caspian MeetSunday, June 24, 2007 It had been tipped as a major diplomatic coup for Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad strategy of building a series of regional alliances against the “Great Satan” and its allies.
Iran Accused Of Interference By Palestinian Leader Abbas And EgyptWednesday, June 20, 2007 Tehran acknowledged Wednesday indirectly accusations by both the Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas and the Egyptian Foreign Affairs Minister on its devastating role in the recent Palestinians bloody fratricide fight, proclaiming the new Abbas appointed cabinet as “illegal”.
Iran National Solidarity To Create An "Alternative"Monday, June 18, 2007 The “Iran Solidarity” conference held in Paris between 15 to 17 June 2007 ended on Sunday with the election of a 21-members Executive Council that gave satisfaction to most of the organizers but brought bitterness and pessimism to some of the participants.
Iranian Opposition In Paris to Foster UnityThursday, June 14, 2007 A broad cross-section of Iranian political activists and organizations are holding a new meeting in Paris to create a "coordinating council" aimed at changing the present ruling theocratic system in Iran and help installing a democratic government in their country.
Azerbaijan Ready To Discuss Russian-US Use OF Radar StationTuesday, June 12, 2007 Azerbaijan has stated that it is ready to hold bilateral and trilateral talks with Russia and the United States over the joint use of an Azerbaijani radar station as an anti-missile defense shield. The agreement comes, however, amidst strong statements by Baku that its own national interests must be taken into account by both Moscow and Washington.
Arab Mass Media Fan Over Ethnic, Religious War in IraqMonday, June 11, 2007 In a rare attack on the Arab media, an influential Iranian think tank urged the regime’s diplomacy to be “more vigilant” on the role the Arab mass media plays against Iran in the one hand and exacerbating the inter-communal and inter-religious war in Iraq.
MKO's efforts for de-proscription the group as a terrorist entityFriday, June 8, 2007 The US State Department 2007, in it’s review of terrorism list not only retains the Mojahedeen Khalq Organisation (MKO, MEK or PMOI) and its alias "National Council of Resistance" on the list but this time upgrades its status from "terrorist entity" to a "terrorist cult".
Is Anyone Listening?Tuesday, June 5, 2007 The country’s officials insist that Iran’s situation is completely normal and no danger threatens the country. I wish that the situation was as positive as they say, but one can read between the lines and realize how dangerous and concerning the country’s situation really is.
Statement on behalf of Kian Tajbakhsh and other Iranian academics arrested in the Islamic Republic of IranMonday, June 4, 2007 The repressive policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran towards its own citizens has once again targeted innocent academics engaged in sustaining a modicum of normative relationship between Iranians and the outside world.
Some Lies Of The Endless List of Keyhan Lies ExposedSunday, June 3, 2007 The radical Iranian newspaper “Keyhan”, which most Iranians considers it as an Intelligence-security minister and judiciary bis, has accused the United States of having created in Iran a spy network using Iranian-American scholars, naming Mrs. Haleh Esfandiari as the “central figure” of the C.I.A and Israel efforts to recruits Iranian scholars into the “spies nest”.
Hard Days Ahead for Advocates of Peaceful ChangeSaturday, June 2, 2007 A person who feels threatened is naturally suspicious of everything and everyone. Because of this, every move is a potential danger – yielding a defensive reaction.
The Doctrine of Mahdism: In the Ideological and Political Philosophy of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Ayatollah Mesbah-e YazdiFriday, June 1, 2007 According to Shi’ite tradition, the Twelve Imams, descendants of the Prophet Mohammad’s cousin and son-in-law Ali Ibn Abi Taleb, were endowed with divine qualities that enabled them to lead the Shi’ite believers and to function as Allah’s emissaries on earth.